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Cuomo, Trump lawyer clash over Russian Federation probe

Trump's tweets, off-script remarks or leaked private conversations. Sekulow faced tougher questions from CNN's Chris Cuomo. "Comey talking about whether or not the president is under investigation has nothing to do with dealing with now with Mueller, who, common sense, if nothing else, is looking at whether the circumstances surrounding the firing of Comey", Cuomo said. Read More »

Russia suspends coordination with US in Syria


A Syrian warplane was shot down over Raqqa by the United States-led coalition after a Syrian regime SU-22 dropped bombs near Syrian Democratic Force, or SDF , fighters, according to a statement by the US-led coalition. Mr Ryabkov asked: "What is this, if not an act of aggression?" Farther south, near a small military base in the southern Syrian town of Tanf, the US military has conducted three airstrikes in less than a month against what it says are forces directed by the Iranian ... Read More »

MP burns, CM sits on a fast


He said he would ensure farmers don't face amy problems. The Chief Minister had earlier said he lived for the state's people and the farmers and would also die for them. The Chief Minister said that those who have destroyed peace in the name of farmers have tried to malign the State's reputation. Kin of four out of the five people killed in police firing on Tuesday at Mandsaur - the epicentre of the farmers' stir-had met Chouhan in Bhopal on Saturday. Read More »

Britain says will be 'positive and constructive' in Brexit talks

Almost a year to the day since Britons shocked themselves and their neighbours by voting on June 23 to cut loose from their main trading partner, and nearly three months since Prime Minister Theresa May locked them into a two-year countdown to Brexit in March 2019, almost nothing about the future is clear. Read More »

Give Dad the gift of health for Father's Day


In their book Partnership Parenting , Kyle Pruett and Marsha Kline Pruett opine, 'Fathers tend to be more willing than mothers to confront their children and enforce discipline, leaving their children with the impression that they in fact have more authority'. Read More »

Third London Bridge terrorist named as Moroccan-Italian — UNMASKED


The attackers were shot dead by police. She has faced criticism for her record on security in the six years she served as Britain's interior minister before becoming prime minister last year. Collina lives near the northern city of Bologna. She too lived overseas for some time. Butt , 27, embraced radical Islam during his time in London and was once filmed in a documentary called "The Jihadis Next Door ". Read More »

Number of dead, missing in London fire rises to 79

Cundy promised an exhausting investigation into the tragedy. "My heart goes out to those affected", Cundy said. The announcement comes as the government is accused of failing to improve fire safety in buildings, like Grenfell Tower , despite warnings. Read More »

London Police Probe Link Between Van Ramming, Death at Finsbury Park

One person was killed and 10 were hurt. Police say a vehicle struck pedestrians on the road in north London , leaving sever. The incident is described as being close to Finsbury Park station and mosque. "Police have confirmed this is being treated as a potential terrorist attack ". Warfa said numerous people in the street were worshipers who'd been attending late-night taraweeh prayers at Finsbury Park Mosque. Read More »

'President Pence' if Trump Fires Mueller: Bush Lawyer

Trump adviser Newt Gingrich said on ABC's "This Week" that the tweet Friday "didn't help him". If WaPo and its five sources were wrong about something as serious as Bob Mueller investigating the president for obstruction of justice, what else have they been wrong about? That interview went a bit differently . Read More »

Economics professor Silvana Tenreyro appointed to Bank of England rate-setting panel


Robert Barro, a Harvard University economics professor who steered Tenreyro through her doctorate, said she had been a great success - particularly on research about the links between global trade and exchange rate regimes. She spoke about the risks of a "hard Brexit" in which Britain leaves the European Union single market and imposes stringent immigration quotas. Tenreyro, who teaches macroeconomics and global economics, will replace Kristin Forbes on the rate-setting MPC. Read More »

Grenfell Tower death toll 'will rise' higher, say police

Labour's Corbyn, who unlike May was quick to meet local residents and was praised for showing empathy, led calls for the government to drop its spending cuts - demands that Hammond said he was listening to. Ronnie King, the UK's former chief fire officer, told Al Jazeera: "I wouldn't wish to denigrate those who installed the cladding because - whatever the cladding was - it did not have to be fire resistant under the building regulations", said King. Read More »

Van ploughing into crowd in London kills one, leaves ten injured

Metropolitan Police said officers were called to the scene on Seven Sisters Road in north London early Monday morning. The Metropolitan Police has also said that a man who was present at the scene has died, but it hasn't been confirmed if his death was directly related to the attack. Read More »

UK, EU Officials Begin Brexit Talks

June. 18 (ANI): In a move to ease the way in parliament for new Brexit laws, the United Kingdom government has dropped the Queen's speech next year to ease the way in parliament for new Brexit laws. " I look forward to beginning work on that new future ". According to the guidelines, the first phase will focus on two main issues, namely citizens' rights and immediate effects of the Brexit on them, as well as settlement of financial rights and obligations that were undertaken by the ... Read More »

Is Jared Kushner Becoming The Center Of Russia Investigation?

President Donald Trump's closest allies are attacking the integrity of those involved in the widening probe of Russian interference in the US election, accusing special counsel Robert Mueller of driving a biased investigation . "FBI director" James Comey in a tweet Friday morning, once again calling the investigation a "witch hunt". Mueller's investigators have asked for information and will talk to Director of National Intelligence Dan Coats and National Security Agency Director Adm. Read More »

'Several hurt' after attack near London mosque

Prime Minister Theresa May , who was criticised for her reaction to London's Grenfell Tower fire disaster last week, responded quickly, saying police were treating it as "a potential terrorist attack". "This is an unconscionable attack on Muslim worshippers during their holy month of Ramadan", Moshe Kantor, EJC president, said. London police, already stretched by a series of major incidents around the capital, are putting more officers on the street to reassure the public after a driver ... Read More »

Egyptian policeman sentenced to 10 years for killing activist


In June 2015, a Cairo court sentenced Central Security Forces officer Yaseen Hatem to 15 years in jail for "wounding that led to the death" of the mother of one, as well as "deliberately wounding" other protesters. With part of the incident captured on film, Sabbagh's death triggered outrage in Egypt and overseas, prompting President Abdel Fattah al-Sisi to publicly demand that the perpetrator be brought to justice. Read More »

Police officer stabbed to death during attack in Jerusalem

She struggled with the terrorist for several seconds but was unable to draw here weapon. Police Staff Sgt. Hadas Malka , 23, was stabbed to death . Two civilians were reportedly hospitalized with nonlife-threatening injuries. Aida Touma-Suleiman, a Palestinian citizen of Israel and member of the Knesset's Joint List, told Mondoweiss that she considered the revocations a form of " collective punishment " and said she planned to introduce a suggestion to have a "special discussion on the ... Read More »

Popov: Armenian, Azerbaijani Presidents stand for continuation of peace talks


Earlier today, Azerbaijan's President Ilham Aliyev received OSCE Minsk Group co-chairs. The conflict between the two South Caucasus countries began in 1988 when Armenia made territorial claims against Azerbaijan . In general, we have never seen the Armenians' doing without provocation since 1990s. "Whenever the talks intensify at the global level or there are increased efforts to change the status quo, they [Armenians] resort to provocations, seeking to cause escalation on the ... Read More »